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los angeles a helicopter rescue. five plucked to safety during flash flooding. for commuters in southwest cities, the roads, a nightmare. in los angeles, two killed in collisions. in san diego, six rescued from sinking cars. slick roads in las vegas accounted for 141 crashes in 24 hours, 5 times more than normal. a flood watch is in place for the arizona desert. the forecast calls for 18 hours of rain. from the sierras to the rocky mountains, steady snow. today, 100-mile-per-hour winds forced heavenly mountain ski resort to shut down on its opening day. with the storm moving east, there's already a crunch at the airport. here at l.a.x., 2 million passengers will travel over the holiday, the most in the nation. but with more winter weather ahead delays and cancellations are inevitable. miguel almaguer, nbc news, los angeles. >>> at the other end of the country, as we mentioned, forecasters are already looking, already worried about what may be a bad weather setup for thanksgiving week. meteorologist chris warren is at weather channel headquarters for us tonight. chris, how do
tonight out of los angeles. an incident at lax. according to airport police, there were reports of shots fired inside one of the terminals there. late tonight, police confirmed that no shots were fired, but a multiple car accident ended with one of the vehicles hitting an airport parking structure and it created such a loud noise, people thought that it was h5 evacuating. at the same time, police dealt with another incident. >> a call was placed into dispatch from an unknown individual who said there was a man with a gun in terminal 4 near gate 45. >> police then responded to that call. they found no gunman, nor any weapon. there are no reports of any injuries, including the accident victims at this time. no flights in and out of the bay area were affected by either of these incidents at lax. >> we have the responsibility to protect the president of the united states and we failed that day. >> america mourns the loss of a president 50 years later. we mark the anniversary of jfk's assassination. >>> bay area nurses went to the philippines to help those in the greatest need from the typho
in miami. rain in chicago. same goes for dallas. los angeles, cloudy with a high of 68. >>> well, today the nation pauses to remember a dark day in its history. 50 years ago president john f. kennedy was shot and killed as his motorcade traveled through dealey plaza in dallas. this is how it looked when walter cronkite reported it on cbs. >> from dallas, texas, the flash apparently official. president kennedy died at 1:00 p.m. central standard time, 2:00 eastern standard time, some 38 minutes ago. vice president johnson has left the hospital in dallas, but we do not know to where he has proceeded. presumably he will be taking the oath of office shortly and will become the 36th president of the united states. >> thousands will gather at dealey plaza this morning for a solemn ceremony. >>> in boston, the jfk library opens an exhibit of never-before displayed items from kennedy's funeral. and at the white house president obama meets with volunteer from the peace corps, a program kennedy created. >>> vinita nair is in dallas with a story of a woman who was at dealey plaza a half a century a
>>> good morning, everyone. welcome to week skwrepb"weekend wit witt". investigators in los angeles are trying to figure out why a 23-year-old, who friends say showed no signs of problems, strolled into lax yesterday and started shooting. one tsa agent is dead. five hurt in a scene of total panic caught on video by this report by tmz. so word from the hospital on his condition. along with the rifle, he was carrying 150 round of ammunition, as well as a note that said he wanted to kill tsa employ and "pigs." no words can explain the horror that we experienced today when a shooter took the life of a member of our family and injured two tsa officers. i received a call not long ago from president obama who not only shared with me his cole doll lenses. it could have been much worse if agents on the scene weren't well prepared for emergency situations. >> not more than three weeks ago we took every one of our officers, patrol officers and a couple hundred officers from the los angeles police department and we practiced the exact scenario that played out today. >> in just a few minutes, we
the >> pelley: late today, the los angeles county coroner released its findings in the death of gerardo hernandez, a t.s.a. officer shot in that attack on los angeles international airport. the l.a. police had started an investigation into whether hernandez had been allowed to bleed to death in the 30 minutes before he was evacuated but tonight the coroner's report found that hernandez died within two to five minutes of being shot. we'll be right back. and that relief could be in your hand. for many, nexium helps relieve heartburn symptoms from acid reflux disease. find out how you can save at purplepill.com. there is risk of bone fracture and low magnesium levels. side effects may include headache, abdominal pain, and diarrhea. if you have persistent diarrhea, contact your doctor right away. other serious stomach conditions may exist. avoid if you take clopidogrel. for many, relief is at hand. ask your doctor about nexium. imany cold medicines may raisee your blood pressure. that's why there's coricidin hbp it relieves cold symptoms without raising blood pressure. so look for powerful
. to and from los angeles. this comes just three weeks after a gunman killed a tsa agent and shot four other people also at l.a.x. >>> the bay area is still in clean-up mode 24 hours after a powerful storm whimd through. two people died during that wind storm and power was knocked out to thousands. curious residents posed next on this huge tree by lake merritt. it knocked over the eucalyptus. they got nearly 200 calls from downed trees, branches and other debris connected to those winds. pg&e worked around the clock to restore power to thousands of customers. it also knocked down a tree on oregon street in berkeley which damaged two cars. wind gusts reached up to 65 miles an hour in alameda county. >>> strong winds continue to fuel this brush fire in napa. the silverado fire is 70% contained. it has burned 300 acres thus far. the fire started last night in the canyon area. at one point it was under mandatory evacuates. more wind challenges for fire crews in sonoma county. the mccain wildfire has burned 2,500 acres. only 10% is contained. it started around 2:00 this morning. a handful of home
in los angeles tomorrow night. >>> the florida prosecutor leading the investigation innage alleged sexual assault involving jameis winston, since there is no timetable for a decision to be made, state attorney william meggs said four or five things still need to be done before any conclusions arconclusions are d. now the decision could come tuesday at the earliest. instead of presenting this to a grand jury, he's expected to decide himself whether enough evidence exist to pursue charges against winston who is expected to start tomorrow's game against idaho. florida state holds the number two ranking behind alabama. with both teams playing out of conference games against over matched opponents it opens the door for other marquee teams to battle for the spotlight this year including lsu and texas a&m. john henry smith asked graham watson about lsu's attempt to slow down quarterback johnny manziel. >> no one has been able to slow down johnny manziel. at texas a&m, averages 500-yard a game. close to 50 points a game. this is a team that is built to score. i don't know that lsu can stop it. th
of the election and she goes to new york, atlanta, detroit, los angeles, san francisco. places where there are significant african-american populations and major labor unions because labor unions and then john kennedy had a very tempestous relationship because of bobby's relationship with the persecution of jimmy hoffa and so eleanor is designated to be the kennedy emissary to african-americans and labor. and so her campaign is instrumental there for the president's victory, although he won for many reasons but i think the one statistic that's very interesting is that as you all know he becomes president because he carries illinois by 247,000 votes. he wins 267,000 african-american votes in chicago. and eleanor spends three days of the last 16 days of the campaign working with the ncaap, going to african-american churches and holding rallies. so there was a let's say an iou that was, you know, desperately earned there. and when president kennedy appoints fewer women to presidential appointments than any president after fdr, eleanor begins there's no other word for it, to browbeat him
evans, cbs news, los angeles. >> axelrod: if you weren't in san francisco yesterday, don't you wish you had been? that's the cbs evening news for tonight. i'm jim axelrod in new york. for all of us here at cbs news, thanks for joining us. good night. tunnel, open for business. e early reviews are in. >> relief for thousands of commuters as the bore ever caldecott tunnel opens for business. the early reviews are in. >>> just when you thought it was safe to get back on bart. the new rift preventing final approval of a tentative deal. >>> the first haul of crab isn't looking good but don't let that fool you. kpix 5 news is next. ,,,,,,,, >> this is kpix 5 news. >> bart wants to go back to the bargaining table after a mistake in the contract with the union. so the unions are balkin
tavis: good evening evening from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight, a conversation with oliver stone. the writer and director of some of the most successful movies in recent memory. his recent film "jfk" was the in 1998.y released it is now in re release on blu- ray and in select movie theaters. we are glad you joined us for a conversation with oliver stone coming up right now. ♪ >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: oscar-winning writer, producer and director oliver stone has never shied away from controversy from his screenplay for "midnight express" which won him the first of his three boards. he tackles one of the most controversial stories in america. "jfk was quote has been re- released on blu-ray and in select theaters. realized kennedy was so dangerous to the establishment. is that why? >> that is a real question, isn't it? why? the how and the who is just scenery for the public. -- it keeps, cuba asking theng from most important question. why was kennedy killed? who benefited? who has the power to cover it up
. >>> san francisco, san jose, and los angeles will also participate. this is video of some of the guns turned in during one of san jose's two gun buybacks in march of this year. more than 1700 guns were turned over at that event. tonight a launch party is scheduled at 5:30 at rosy mccann's irish pub on santana row to kick off the program. >>> a new warning today about the impacts of not expanding runways at san francisco international airport. jacqueline fell has obtained a report that shows what travelers could be facing down the road and joins us live. jacqueline? >> reporter: we all know how busy the airport can be around the holidays, specifically the wednesday before thanksgiving. well, the u.s. travel association says get ready for more days like that at sfo. the travel industry says within the next decade, most of the country's busiest airports will become just as busy and congested two days a week as they are on the wednesday before thanksgiving. in order to keep up with increasing capacity at sfo, the association says more runways are needed and more customs and border officer
is rain continues across parts of phoenix and los angeles, yes, friday and saturday. the rain will be with you as well. as we go to the weekends things are looking better. texas, that is the big problem that we expect to see here on friday. the system coming into play will bring a mix of weather. highway 20 and 40 - that will be tricky, and you need to be aware of what is happening across the area. we expect to see freezing rain or sleet depending on what the temperature will be like. houston - you'll see the frontal boundary pushing through. watch what happens to that temperature. a long-term forecast for next wednesday. a busy travel day. we think it will be the south-east that will see most of the problems. >> a chilly discovery in england. police discover three women held against their will in a home for 30 years. an accidental landing a coringo plane touches down at the wrong airport. how they got the plane off a short runway. and the video game wars heat up as microsoft's xbox console hits stores in time for the holiday shopping season. >>. >>> police in britain are repo
. look at the pictures. this is outside los angeles. you get up to an inch and a half of rain in a place that hasn't had a whole lot. and that goes down. 120-mile-per-hour wind gusts in some of the mountains. it's a deadly mess for the west. transformers exploding. flooding. and violent winds, rocking parts of the west overnight. in utah, gusts of up to 80 miles per hour tore at these power lines. the result, transformers flaring. at least three people died in the san francisco area after 50-mile-per-hour winds tossed debris, shutting down interstates. >> this kind of weather always produces some problems for us because there's so much stuff flying through the air. >> reporter: in san diego, at least 300 accidents after heavy rain. check out this dramatic rescue, when a helicopter is rushed in to help this man. >> six, seven feet deep now. probably went up another four feet. >> reporter: four marines and a cab driver were submerged when the rising water overtook their cab. fortunately, they were able to climb through a window to safety. so many, counting their blessings this morning, lik
the way things used to be. >> the los angeles auto show gets under way this morning, expected to draw nearly 1 million people over the next ten days. this year visitors will see the next big step in the car industry. bill whitaker is at the los angeles convention center. bill, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. and good morning to our viewers here in the west. all the major automakers are driving to be green with hybrids and electric cars now in showrooms. but there's an old technology making a comeback. hydrogen power. this honda hydrogen concept car won't be available in showrooms until 2015. but if you're in a hurry, there will be one hydrogen car available this spring. >> our engineers have been hard at work. and the new hydrogen fuel cell solution is this. this is all of it. >> reporter: that's it. >> yep. >> reporter: for decades, engineers have touted the promise of zero-emission hydrogen-fueled cars. this week at the los angeles auto show, automakers finally are keeping that promise. hyundai is the first major automaker to mass produce a hydrogen fue
. bringing the label back. the a big bet on it. tracy: from los angeles to hollywood. it's kind of the same thing. ashley: that is about 2 miles. let's take a look at the ten and 30 year treasury. the yield dropping. as we take a look at the 30 year , as we head to the break. there it is. the yield is coming down. we will be right back. ♪ tracy: time for your fox business brief. sony will make fewer of motion pictures and shift the more profitable television production . casone also identifies tumor and $50 million in cost cuts. a bankruptcy court in manhattan will consider approving the american airlines in the u.s. airlines approver. the world's largest airline. but the antitrust lawsuit held up the deal. a corner has robbed a 21 year-old bank of america merrill lynch and turn her back after working 72 hours straight at the investment bank's london office died of natural causes. because the bank to review the working conditions for junior employees. as the latest from the fox business network, giving you the power to prosper. we will be right back. will the new one woman pitbull 1 and a
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? >> "bbc world news" was presented by kcet, los angeles. captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions ( "taps" playing ) >> wooduff: the country looked back today to one of its darkest hours 50 years ago, when three shots rang out in dallas, ending the life of president john f. kennedy. good evening, i'm judy woodruff. also ahead on the program, the last few weeks have seen the stock market streak to record highs. paul solman looks at what that says about the broader economy. >> as companies continue to report healthy profits, the recovery is weak and unemploen
>>> good morning. not again! thousands of people evacuated from los angeles international airport. >> everyone on the ground! everybody get down! >> it happened after a report of shots fired. this just weeks after a gunman sprayed bullets inside that same airport, while on the other side of the country, a passenger's terrifying outburst. >> get [ bleep ] off! there is a bomb on the plane! there is a bomb on the plane! >>> a taste of winter. freezing weather and snow and heavy rain making their way across the country. will this system make a mess of your thanksgiving travel? >>> and brotherly bond. a blind puppy who has his own seeing eye dog. his brother! they have got a new home and they will be be live in our studio "today," saturday november 23rd, 2013. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with lester holt and erica hill, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> i'm lester holt. >> i'm erica hill alongside dylan dreyer and chrispen welker who made her way up from washington here to new york. >> goo to see you in the studio. >> i'm not all bundled up outside of the
. the disturbing trend coming up. >>> two different scares at los angeles international airport. one prompted this response from police. >> everyone, on the ground! >> everybody get down! >> we'll tell you what triggered that show of force. >>> and jackie kennedy's iconic pink suit. find out where it is now and why the wearabouts of her famous pill box hat remains a mystery. >>> talks on iran's nuclear program appear to be moving closer to a deal. u.s. secretary of state john kerry met with iran's foreign minister today after arriving in switzerland early this morning. it sounds like if there is going to be a deal, today just might be the day. jim shuuto is live in geneva. what's happening now? >> reporter: well, today are or the early morning hours since that key meeting between secretary of state john ker around the iranian foreign minister javad zarif, diplomats met twice and what they're doing now, both sides, going after the wording of this proposed agreement right tao down, according to iranian official, individual words in that agreement that might seem small but have great meaning to
're live in los angeles with the latest at one of the nation's busiest airports. >>> we start with a fox extreme weather alert on a deadly storm system slamming the southwest. at least five people have been killed so far as a powerful system has already brought rain, ice and freezing temperatures from southern california to texas and is now making its way east. meteorologist janis dean with more. >> this is going to be our weather maker as we head into the busiest travel day of the year for the east coast. across the four corners, we're getsing heavy rain, very gusty winds, and some higher elevation snow. in some cases, over a foot of snow. look at these temperatures. dropping into the 20s, even the teens in the overnight and into tomorrow. a very cold system. in some cases, 30 degrees below average. as we stretch into texas. look at the pink on your map here. the potential for freezing rain and/or sleet tomorrow into monday, which could make travel next to impossible in and around the dallas area. your forecast precipitation, again, we could see lower elevations getting several inches o
was overburdened. one woman in los angeles had to cover a people a day -- eight people a day. if you have driven around los angeles, that is not easy to do. the people doing the vetting, obviously in the case of snowden, he slipped through the cracks. when you use contractors, there may be a tendency to use contractors to that the contractors. to vet the contractors. it's a tempting idea to get outside people. i am not sure it's working very well. host: we have a couple of minutes left. he wrote exclusive story for "smithsonian." a soviet spy had tipped off the fbi agency and set off with david weiss calls the most self- destructive investigation in fbi history. barry, massachusetts. hi, barry. caller: with the thousands of witnesses, architects, engineers, explosive experts that have come out providing evidence that the 9/11 commission is more fiction than fact, why haven't the public figures come out and demanded a new investigation because this is not opinion. it is physics. it is scientific fact that we are being lied to. guest: have you looked -- host: have you looked into the 9/11 attacks
. minneapolis, 39 degrees. dallas, 62. los angeles, 76. >>> there was plenty happening at an elementary school, and it was for a good cause. students cheered as their teachers lined up for a kiss. a pig in a fund-raising effort. >> got to kiss a pig. it will help cover the medical expenses of the gym teacher's 9-month-old son who is battling a rare illness. the pig didn't seem to mind the extra affection. >> it was a girl pig. i thought the girl teachers lining up to kiss the girl pig. what's that about? i don't know how the pig feels about that. >> she's cute. >> all pigs are cute, though, right? >> yeah. kind of, except for when they're muddy and -- >> true. i didn't think about that. all right. >>> coming up, an intense workout. it gets great results. but is cross fit a good fit for pregnant women? why experts are saying it's too much. >> looks intense to me. >>> first, a little girl who's pointing out predators. how this virtual creation is highlighting some very real danger. are y you are watching "world news now." ♪ >>> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by clonan pen l
and director of children services for the county hospitals of los angeles. dr. sophie is "outfront." this was a state senator, a prominent family who ran up against the system. couldn't get a bed for his son. if he could not get access, what does it mean for people who are not as fortunate? who are dealing with children who could have horrific problems and be at risk for themselves or others? >> it is a reality. the unfortunate thing. there are no beds. when there is a bed, the criteria to get into that bed of a danger to yourself, danger to others or inability to care for yourself, that criteria is so stringent that it is very difficult to get to that criteria. there are many barriers to getting a child some help. throws the things we're seeing. no matter who you are, as you see with this instance, it doesn't matter. >> we hear these mental issues happening again and again. some people point to them as to why guns are used. in this case, a gun and a knife. aurora, colorado, newtown, connecticut, los angeles airport with the tsa a couple weeks ago. this is, we just keep hearing it
word of honor. i said i do. so he gave me several hours in los angeles. i got back to washington and i got a call from him about two weeks later, screaming, cursing coming yelling come you like to make him a light today, i should never trusted you. you have just been sued by sinnott shirt. i said you're kidding me. i had no idea. he had sued me in santa monica, california. the newest is in los angeles, but i hadn't been served. i told him, he said this is it. this is yeah. he said he'll fold. i said no, i won't fold. i hope i'll be able to afford the lawsuit, but don't worry, i won't fold. and that's how i found out i was good by frank sinatra. so this source, he was later very, very humble. he knew sinatra in the early years and worked with him on the way. his information was helpful because he was there. it did he like sinatra in the end? no, he didn't. and he tried to put that forward in the book. yes, i got this information. they are not friends now. another person i interviewed, brad dexter for this frank sinatra book save frank sinnott chose life was not true with stranding. i ha
friends who was on the stand. a distinguished criminal lawyer from los angeles. after a year or so of criticism, joe was a price the guy and he called the up the chief and said that, you know, they are smashing our report and what can we do about it. the chief said that need to be gone. history will prove us right. if years have passed and i would like to think that history has proved us right. but i'm enough of a realist to know that 50 years from now we will have another panel. [laughter] and most of us won't be here. so i think that once we can help investigation and say that the commission ignored this, dr. childs in his book said that the commission ignored the testimony of a deaf mute the testified that he saw a person with a rifle behind a white picket fence should a president. now, who can ignore the testimony of a deaf mute? i ask you. >> but he didn't say that backing for it. and when people went to the place where he saw what he saw, it was evident that he came back with another theory in the 1970s and the 1980s and i think that particular failure commission was impossib
was on the staff, a distinguished criminal lawyer from los angeles. and after years so criticism -- the call of this defense said, they're smashing our report. what can we do about it. the chief said, be called. she will prove us right. fifty years have passed him and i would like to think istria's member is right. and enough of a realist and know that 50 years and now we will have another panel. and most of us will be here. the commission ignored. a deaf mute testify saw a person with a rifle behind a white picket fence yet the president. you could ignore the testimony of a deaf meet? i ask you? in fact what he does not say is that he did not go board until 1967, and when people went to the press reset the saudi saw there was evidence he could not have seen it and came back with another theory in the 1970's and another theory in the 1980's. i think that particular failure of the commission will be impossible. as if he had threatened any other public official had told you all know. about three months later i wrote in the dallas times "herald" with the washington times, i forget which, but he
, sunny today. 56 the high. miami, showers. but sunshine in chicago and dallas. partially sunny in los angeles today. >>> time now for a check of the national forecast. the northeast will be dry with highs in the 40s and 50s. it will be even warmer in much of the south. there will be rain across the pacific northwest, and parts of the cascades in northern washington could see up to a foot of snow. >>> in sports, indianapolis colts quarterback andrew luck has never lost two games in a row in his short professional career. luck kept that streak alive last night against tennessee. with his team down by two touchdowns, at one point luck gives the colts the lead on an 11-yard touchdown run. indianapolis wins, 30-27. >>> a wild finish in the nba between oklahoma city and golden state. russell westbrook gives the thunder a one-point lead with less than three seconds to play, but golden state's andre iguodala has enough time for one last shot. >> iguodala, here he comes. he got it! the warriors have won on a team-winning shot by andre iguodala! >> iguodala finishes with 14 points, and golden s
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los angeles. they have high levels of fallates, chemicals banned in the u.s. that many refer to as the new lead. they are considered a human carson gnaw gin. american toy producers stopped using them in 1999. >>> you are starting to think about buying gifts and there are ways to stretch your budget by finding the best deals out there. >> michael finney is getting you ready for black friday and he has ways to save. >> as you put together your wish lists, wouldn't it be great to be able to monitor the best prices available for the items on your list? here is a question. are you always getting the best price? there are self-websites and ads available to help you do that. jillian good man is on a budget. noel garcia just graduated from college. >> i am not making as much as i would like. >> and morgan fisk makes it a habit to keep her eye out for the best prices. all three of our 7 on your side staffers agreed to help us deal for the best way to keep tabs of the best prices. deal news, huxters and nifty tracks the prices of the items you would like to follow. sounds good. but how
tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis in smiley. an unedited anniversary of the assassination of president kennedy, we begin with a conversation with robert dallek whose most recent book is "camelot's court," which takes a close look at the president and his inner circle of advisers. then we will turn to a conversation with award-winning novelist ayana mathis whose first tome, "the twelve tribes of hattie," was a national bestseller. we are glad you have joined us. those conversations are coming up right now. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: it has been estimated that over 40,000 books have been written about resident john f. kennedy. two of the most respected come from presidential historian robert dallek who has been called by "the new york times" kennedy's leading biographer. his latest book is "camelot's ."urt on the eve of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of john f. kennedy, robert dallek joins us tonight from washington. good to have you on this program, sir. thanks for your time. >> a plea
. >> if you're flying, airport delays are possible in phoenix, los angeles, dallas, memphis and houston. >>> police in britain are investigating a shocking discovery. >> three women held captive in a home in south london for 30 years. a 69-year-old from malaysia. a 57-year-old from ireland. and a 30-year-old britton who is believed to be born in captivity. it's similar to that of ariel castro who kept three women captive in his house for ten years in cleveland, right under neighbors' noses. >> they had rooms they could use. but they were very restricted on everything they could do. >> this morning all three of the women are in a safe place and said to be doing well. two people, a man and a woman, both 67 years old, are now in custody. >>> kennedy cousin michael skakel spending his first night out of jail in more than a decade. he is on bail in connecticut, while prosecutors appeal a ruling that granted him a new trial. he wants to spend time with family, including his son. if they lose appeal, they will put skakel on trial again. >>> a heartbreaking story from suburban minneapolis. two
't beat. lakers with one of them. the warriors improved as they may be can't get over in los angeles. 11 straight times they lost down there. the express rolls golden state again. curry out again. barnes on the defense. rejecting meeks. open court to bogue en. they are down one at halftime. bad to worse this the third. iguodala has been so good. comes up. pulls a hamstring. it may be a while. lakers 12-0 run. nick young, 21 points off the bench. palms from out from. you haven't seen the last of him. another pass from the warriors, lots of them tonight. lakers coast in, warriors have 2 straight losses, more important 33 injuries piling up. >>> 49ers know all about swinging and missing in the draft. but sometimes it goes the other way. like the guy that had no great pedigree but shows up large. that's the case with brock. the 49ers ever reward him. the cornerback who'll start monday against washington barely hanging on a year ago. he's worked his way into the lineup and four year contract worth $16 million. $7million is guaranteed. he leads the 49 worse four interceptions -- 49ers with fou
're following closely for you in los angeles. a loud sound that scared passengers into thinking that someone had fired a gun. what it really was was an suv that crashed into a parking garage right now traffic at the airport is moving at a crawl. all of this on what was supposed to be the busiest travel day, or one of them anyway, busiest travel day of the year. so that terminal 5 at l.a.x. just packed with people who literally, as we pan back on the helicopter, literally evacuated themselves when they heard what they thought were gunshots. turned out it was the impact of a car crashing in the parking garage. they decided they should leave the terminal, which they did. things are slowly getting back to normal. >>> well, moving on. serial killer joe naceo did not quo quietly today by any means. when a marin county judge sent him to death row. naso committed murders in four counties from the late '70s until the early '90s. abc 7 i team reporter dan noise was covering this from the very start. >> reporter: 79 years serial killer joe naso flipped oft audience of groerm jurors, victims' family members
. los angeles 73 degrees and partly cloudy skies. low to upper 60s, accu-weather forecast, thanksgiving is dry. black friday is dry. of course we need rain but will take it later, tuesday, a chance of rain is coming up. >> thank you very much. >> and to those who've encountered welcome to covered california. new, affordable health plans so you can be ready for whatever comes your way. enroll today at coveredca.com. >>> coming up, monday night football, 49ers today activated michael crabtree. it's been side lined since tearing his akeelis tendon in bay m-- may. he could be a big boost that-to-that niner offense now back to vernon's view. every week we have special access to niners tight end after each game for his insights. mike shumann talked with vernon about the next two games against nfc west rivals. >> whenever you're playing within the division, you want to make sure you feel those games. it's important. you know, especially later on. you know? we have to, you're talking about playoffs and you want to make sure that you have that kind of leverage going into the playoffs. >> that de
. >> reporter: you bet. jon: right now new information on the deadly shooting at los angeles international airport two weeks ago. when gerardo hernandez became the first tsa agent killed in the line of duty. there are report that is it took 33 minutes to get medical attention to him even though he was just 20 feet from an exit. police had the suspect in custody a few minutes after he was shot. according to the new reports paramedics had to wait for police to declare the area safe. a final report on all of this could take months. jenna: a dramatic rescue caught on camera. take a look at this. some good samaritans pulling a woman from her car seconds before it sank into a pond in florida. the car was quickly filling with water as the woman tried to tell 911 dispatchers where she was and what happened. that is when a group with a truck backed into the water around pulled the woman to safety. she calls them her guardian angels. even more importantly with the rescue, she can't swim, jon, they really came in the nick of time. jon: boy, that is a lucky timing, yeah. >>> the search is underway in
if the same man is responsible for all incidents. >>> time to show you headlines. the los angeles says the navy guided missile cruise prepares. a drone accidentally hit the ship saturday. two sailors were treated for injuries. it's under investigation. >>> boeing launched the jetliner with the record number of orders. it says it has 250 orders and commit ms from airlines in the persian gulf totaling $95 billion. air bus is selling a smaller model of numbers. >>> new york sometimes said the calculation for cholesterol risks is not correct. >>> a bill to take sexual assault cases out of the military chain of command is stalled in the senate. the military faces big changes for the sex assault prosecutions including greater rights for victims and civilian reviews. >>> u.s.a today look at the death of an american deep water diver in bah ham bahamass. he was shown in this previous dive. free divers use the air held in their lungs. he dove more than 220 feet and held his breath for than three and a half minutes. direction, too. outside right now, it is partly cloud
1968 as the day that i got married to a beautiful young woman who was born in los angeles, attended los angeles times school, i guess it was called hollywood high and went to ucla and later to the peace corps. she became a librarian, she loved books, and she loved to read and she came south and followed the civil rights movement and kept up with the movement. we met in 67 and we were married on february 21, 1968. .. everybody in the audience just broke up laughing. will you obey? >> host: why did they laugh? >> guest: because they thought he would instruct lillian to listen, because she was a little feisty, and because she needed some encouragement to go by her husband. >> host: what's the last year of your life been without her? >> guest: i think about her all the time. i still wear my wedding band. it's just hard to take it off. i miss her. i wish she could be here and witnessed the changes that have occurred with our son and my own life, and be able to -- she was my closest and dearest friend. she was a wonderful companion. she gave me great advice, and she worked so hard in campaign
sent me to los angeles to do a piece on the teco when the gangster who had recently gotten out of the neil allen federal penitentiary. i had known niki and i got it wrong with him. i spent a week with him. one night when we went out to dinner, and we walked in a restaurant and sinatra was sitting at a table. as mickey walks by, so not sure reached out like a funding cut the wanting a pat on the head. mickey walked by and snubbed him. when we sat down at the table, i asked mickey, why did you snob sinatra? he said he is not a man, he's not a man. what do you mean he is not man? i'm going to use an expletive deleted here. and mickey said well, johnny stomp and not go has been expletive deleted. sinatra said to me, i want you to get into stuff. i said me quite she was your wife. you are the man, you do it. he said he never did. i didn't know who stomp anonymous until a year or two later when lana turner's daughter stabbed him. >> guest: how i wish i had maggio when i was doing this sinatra book. i believe every word of that. based on information and belief in all of the research i
, you know, any place where you -- central avenue in los angeles. and in some places harlem is one of the last strongholds because of what it's been to kind of hold on to a sense of historic identity. and it's a, i think what, you know, what's interesting about this moment and for some of us frightening and angering about this moment is that what you're talking about is a process that, you know, sharifa cites james wheldon johnson, i forget when that was, early 20th century when, you know, harlem is really the race capital saying that black people will not be able to hold on to harlem, right? he says that at the end of black manhattan. and so a prophesy with which we've been living, but i think none of us felt we would witness it in our lifetime. and i think what was so frightening and compelling about the question that you raise is that now some of us can actually imagine, oh, this could, this will, you know, this might happen in our lifetime. this might happen on our watch. so, i mean, i think that's the, both the richness and the fear of the question that you raise. >> and i als
a historic bill. the bill faces an uphill battle in the republican controlled house. >> the "los angeles times" looks at another tesla electric car fire. the auto maker confirms one of its is model hatchbacks burning on a freeway. it's the third to catch fire in five weeks. >>> "the washington times" says a gun writer fired for piece. he argues the second amendment is no different than any other right. this week the editor of "guns and ammos" and said its commitment is unwavering. >>> and "the wall street journal" is talking about how airlines are mining personal data in flight. they'll soon carry personal information on whether passengers have allergies or bags have been logged. >> as if >>> good morning. it's sunny and 34 degrees 25 degrees colder than this time yesterday morning. yesterday afternoon and last night's wind there's still a breeze in the area. we will keep it kind of breezy. mostly sunny, 54. it's going to be on the chilly side but a beautiful fall day and beautiful fall weekend. >> announcer: this national weather report sponsored by big lots!. surpris
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